Friendship

Time for TRUTH to Debut

Today, Roane Publishing releases TRUTH, a new romance novel. Hiding secrets is a huge theme in genre fiction. But the truth always comes out. I read Truth by Avery Woods in August. Look for my review on Thursday. Blurb Sometimes you shouldn’t ask questions you aren’t prepared to hear the answers to… Cori Winters life seems …

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Reflections from a Lifetime Friendship

Friendship comes easily for some people. Other people need to tangle with a metal hurdle and eat cinder from the track to find a true friend. You guessed it. I’m the second kind. In fact, ramming my right knee into a hurdle in eighth grade is exactly how I met my long-time friend. Believe it …

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Captain America: Vigilante or Hero?

On May 6, 2016, the newest Captain America film hit local theaters. People were challenged to choose a side in this Superhero Civil War. Would you be #TeamCap or #TeamIronMan? If you read my post after I watched the second Captain America movie, you recall that I dubbed Captain America the perfect superhero. I will …

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Realizing You’re Already Amazing

A few months before I graduated from college, I met Holley Gerth. Not in person. Through her book, You’re Already Amazing, but it was like we sat down day after day and talked about my dilemma. You know, what’s going to happen when I finish college. Will I continue working as an educational assistant and …

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When having dinner with strangers isn’t strange

Don’t talk to strangers. We’ve heard it all our lives. So having dinner with strangers would be even an even bigger faux pas. Wouldn’t it? Not if you’re on a cruise ship. In fact, the fancy dining room setup using cozy tables for six or eight added the perfect touch to our cruising experience. By …

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When girlfriends get together

Once upon a time there were three teenage girls. Two of them lived in the same apartment complex. Yes, neighbors can be friends. The third girl needed real friends. She had been dumped by her church friends when she became a cheerleader. And dumped by her cheerleading friends when she quit the team. And so, …

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